Does the resulting HTML has a propre encoding?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
euh... I tried by creating a html file and open it... and I see no
probs... Do you meant inserting it in the generated xhtml ?
Does your web-browser properly detect and interpret this tag?
seems ok as the encoding is automatically set to utf-8 (if I change and
refresh, it goes back to utf-8).
Do you have all your string-constants within your image using this
encoding? Strings coming from the web and going back into the web,
should be fine and no conversion is needed.
- with WAKom
My browser has utf-8 and then display not correctly say 'définition' (a
MADescription label) but when I change to ISO-8859-15, it's ok... and
then, entries are not good.
ex: (utf-8) d?finition: une définition ( ISO-8859-15) définition:
Also, when I enter through web-forms generated by magritte, values
stored in my objects are corrupted when I inspect them in squeak...But
if i change (temporarly) the encoding from utf-8 to ISO-8859-15 before
feeding the form (and hitting enter), then the data in squeak are
correct... (and correctly displayed with WAKomEncoded or by switching to
so I don't really know how to solve that... using WAKomEncoded doesn't
really help (combined to Magritte) I just don't know - Maybe the problem
is coming from the encoding in squeak... which I believe is set to
ISO-8859-15 ?? If true, is it possible to change it ? is there an
encoding option in squeak (didn't find it)?
ps: with store (sushi shop), whereas I use WAKom or WAKomEncoded, I have
no corrupted character in what's displayed in the browser. Nevertheless,
I need to use WAKomEncoded to have the correct encoding inside squeak
(when I inspect objet in squeak).